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Monday, 6 December 2010

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Robert Bartoli, journalist and contributing writer to the New York Daily Observer, revealed at an impromptu news conference held at The Irish Pub, located in South Seaport, in New York City, that he had attended an early morning "meeting" at CBS, where plans were being formulated for an upcoming NFL football game.

"Ok, lets lead off with the Ford commercial, then a deodorant, and that casino in New York, then cut to the game for three minutes, and then back to Ford, and then that, the feminine product thing, and then four minutes of the game."

"After the four minutes let's have a lineman down for about seven minutes, and we can get in another three or four of those floater commercials, and that has-been football player color guy can do five minutes talking about the old days, like anyone cares, that kills about fifteen minutes, then we can do a CBS show promo."

"Sounds like a plan, anyone know who's playing?"

"Naw, that's not important!"

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